Friday, January 12, 2007

Sick Day IX


I’m sick of all the Labyrinth Walks. I’m sick of gun and knife shows. I’m sick of people. I am sick of new operating systems, I say we all go back to DOS 3.3 or Windows 3.1 and call it good. I’m sick of seeing people writing stuff down on yellow legal pads at meetings. You know they just rip the pages out and throw them away when they return home or to their offices. I’m sick of people who always have to say, “Bless you!” when someone sneezes, like blessing a sneezer will save them from eternal damnation. Hint there are no demons up your nose that are being expelled; they’re only snots up there. People should not be blessed for extricating snots. Maybe thanked, but never blessed. So, all you snot nosed people and all you blessers make me sick. Finally, Lelo, if you think this went unnoticed when you replied to the question the other day, “What is the most disgusting thing you’ve ever done?” Your reply, “ Hmm. When I was little I'd cup my farts and pass them on to my brother.” That’s really sick, Lelo! But it made me laugh, and I still love you anyway ; )

13 Comments:

Blogger LeLo in NoPo said...

Oh dear. Thanks Guy, for pulling that out of the comments and putting it here in a main post. And hey, I take my memes seriously. What can I say?

BTW, Bless You!

7:03 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

flick...splat....flick...splat...

The sound of me flicking snots at Lelo ; )

8:54 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

Hmm. You're in quite a mood.
I must say, I never thought about that whole "Bless you/sneeze" thing, but you're right.
Interesting the way your mind works.

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Moosehead said...

Guy, you are cracking me up! Coffee guffaw all over the keyboard again! I guess your definition of a black mood is when you get all mushy and spearitchtchewall. Nice to have you feeling like yourself again.
Makes me feel like going out and blowing snot to the wind and that is an acquired talent born of life in the country. Do not stand downwind!

10:34 AM  
Blogger Trish said...

"Bless you" is along side "how are you" in redundant things to say. It's just filler...

11:09 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Trish, this is comedy, out of the box thinking, flow with me...

Beth, thanks for the confirmation. Most times my mind doesn't work, just emotions, but now I have hope ; )

Moose, thanks, by the way you're gross.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous gearhead said...

>>>I am sick of new operating systems, I say we all go back to DOS 3.3 or Windows 3.1 and call it good.<<<

I'm sorry for correcting you in public, oh Nay-Nasal-Sayer (or was that Sprayer?).

Certainly you meant, "I say we all go back to DOS 3.3 or Windows 3.1 and call it BAD"
:-Q

6:11 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Ahh come on man, DOS 3.3 and Win 3.1 are to me what your green pick-up is to you.

10:13 PM  
Blogger Mom of Three said...

Do you know how crummy your blog would look in DOS 3.3???

10:38 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

OK, I need to elaborate on the DOS/Windows thing. Back then, if you had a problem you could go into your config.sys or win.ini file and fix it, but now you are screwed. I have three computers, two of which are still Windows 98, but these machines now will not work with several internet sites because they lack something to make it look right. These two machines lack hardware that would allow me to upgrade to Vista, so basically they need to be recycled. Two perfectly good machines that work every time I turn them on...what a waste.

Looks aren't everything. Some of the best things and conversations on the internet take place on the Usenet, which most people have no idea about. This is the what the Internet was before WWW came around. It is an area for discussion, and yes also lots of perversion also, but with probably over 40,000 news groups there is something there for everyone. Yes it looks bad, but often the content is priceless.

6:18 AM  
Blogger Rich said...

You should really toss those silly Windows machines and buy a Mac, which had windows before Windows stole the idea. If you must really have Windows to work with you can install it on the new newer Intel chip Macs and have both operating systems. How cool is that?

2:07 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

No way a Mac could ever handle the data base stuff I do. I don't even think they make a the database part of the office suite for Macs, so sorry, I won't be one of the 6% as long as there is data out there that neads to be based.

9:37 PM  
Blogger Rich said...

You missed my point. You can now run Windows on a Mac, as well as the Mac OS. Both operating systems, just not at the same time. You could fire up Windows to do the data base work and then switch to Mac for everything else.
http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/

2:47 AM  

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